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Bailouts Can Turn a Profit for Central Banks

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Tue, 3 Sep 2013

While the costs of financial crises are all too evident in debtor markets, how much do bailouts really cost creditor countries? The question is particularly pertinent in light of the recent German Constitutional Court hearings regarding the legality of the ECB’s¹ outright monetary transactions and

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